Khloé Kardashian: Getting Pregnant Is 'in God's Hands'

08/17/2010 at 07:00 AM EDT

Khloé Kardashian: Getting Pregnant Is 'in God's Hands'
Khloé Kardashian and Lamar Odom
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Dogged by pregnancy rumors for months, Khloé Kardashian says that she isn't actively trying to get pregnant. But she isn't not trying, either.

"It's in God's hands, and let it happen when it happens," the reality star told PEOPLE in the Swagg Mobile Application lounge at Saturday's Mercedes-Benz Polo Challenge in Bridgehampton, N.Y.

"I'm 26. It should happen naturally. I don't want to force it. I would love to have a baby, and if I get pregnant, I get pregnant." She adds with a laugh: "I don't think, like ... my biological clock is ticking!"





That laidback attitude might not be great news to Lamar Odom, who's made no secret of wanting a child with his wife sooner rather than later. But when it does happen, Kardashian says the NBA star will be a great father.

"He's already a great dad," she says. "He has two beautiful children [with ex-girlfriend Liza Morales] who he is an amazing father to ... But he definitely wants a baby right now."

Kardashian admits that seeing older sister Kourtney have a son, Mason, in December put everything in a different perspective. But even that didn't necessarily move up her own timetable.

"Being an aunt, I have the best of both worlds," Kardashian says. "I have him ... and give him [back] when I'm over it and need adult time."



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